PDF Connect 2.0

Free It helps you merge multiple PDF and image files into one PDF document.
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Matthias Roell
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PDF Connect is a handy application that helps you merge multiple PDF and image files into one PDF document.
With a simple and intuitive interface, the program is easy to handle since it provides all the main features in plain sight. Firstly, you need to load the files you wish to merge, either by the drag-and-drop function or by browsing through your computer. Then, if necessary, you may reorder the files, so that the output PDF would display the pages in the sequence you have just determined. This task is performed easily by moving up or down selected files from the input list. To make sure that you have imported the right images or PDFs, the program allows you to preview each file in a separate window. The preview option is also available for viewing the final product. This way, you can make a last check and see whether you rearranged the files properly. Loading password-protected PDFs is also supported. Still, before starting the merging process, you need to unlock them with the correct encryption code.

The program works fine and merges the files quite fast. The app does nothing more, nothing less than what its name says. Thus, if you are looking for a simple tool to bound images and PDFs into a single document, you can rely on PDF Connect to do the job properly. Yet, you must be aware that the output file may feature a large size, since the utility doesn't provide you with the ability to resize the source images. Also, you can't encrypt the resulting file with a personal password.

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  • Simple and easy-to-use application
  • Supports the most popular image files: JPG/JPEG, TIFF, PNG, and BMP
  • Supports password-protected PDFs
  • Can rearrange the file order
  • Preview of the imported files and of the resulting PDF document


  • Can't resize the source image files
  • No ability to password-protect the output PDF



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